What is another word for neva?

3 synonyms found


[ nˈɛvə], [ nˈɛvə], [ n_ˈɛ_v_ə]

Neva is a word that is not commonly used in modern English, but it can refer to the Neva River in Russia or be a shortening of the word "never". However, there are several synonyms for the word "never". Words such as "not ever", "not once", "not under any circumstance", "not in any way" and "not at any time", are all synonyms that can be used instead of the word "never". These words can be used interchangeably with "never" to convey the same meaning and add variety to your writing or speech.

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    Synonyms for Neva:

    • n.

      Neva River object
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      Other relevant words (noun):

    What are the hypernyms for Neva?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    What are the holonyms for Neva?

    Holonyms are words that denote a whole whose part is denoted by another word.

    Usage examples for Neva

    Peter the Great, who constructed the city upon the swamp lands surrounding the river neva, was determined to force Russia into the western world instead of the east.
    "The Red Cross Girls with the Russian Army"
    Margaret Vandercook
    Yesterday, out of the mists appeared golden spires, and beyond the neva, all sullen and heavy with ice, I saw towers and domes which I hadn't seen before.
    "My War Experiences in Two Continents"
    Sarah Macnaughtan
    When I am with you I am carried away, like a boat spinning down the neva in the springtime.
    "Paul Patoff"
    F. Marion Crawford

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